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Nov 08,  · Alcatel One Touch Conquest Review (Boost Mobile). Product description. Alcatel ONETOUCH Conquest 5″ Prepaid Android Smartphone for Boost Mobile. Features: Android Lollipop OS, 5″ HD IPS Touchscreen with Dragontail Glass, 5MP Rear Camera, Front Facing Camera, 8GB ROM/1GB ROM, 3G/4G LTE (where available), GHz Quad-Core Processor, mAH Battery, Certified Water and Dust Resistant (IPx5 and IPx7), And Much More!/5(13). Jul 29,  · Alcatel phones often arrive in pairs here in the US, and Boost Mobile is picking up a duo of Android phones that cost under $ off-contract. First up is the Alcatel OneTouch Conquest. Estimated Reading Time: 1 min.

 

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Nov 08,  · Alcatel One Touch Conquest Review (Boost Mobile). Aug 18,  · A look at the Alcatel One Touch Conquest smartphone available on Boost Mobile. Jul 29,  · The Conquest is available now from Boost Mobile for $ plus tax, though sans any long-term contract requirement. Moving on, the Alcatel OneTouch Elevate (pictured above) Estimated Reading Time: 40 secs.
 
 
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